Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Fish Surprise Package: Simple - Healthy - Tasty: what more do we need?

Of course there could be a bigger surprise than a meal in a kitchen foil package.... But once you have opened the package and the fragrance of the fish with the vegetables and herbs comes up to your nares and reaches your olfactory system... you will know what I mean...
And it is one of the easiest and most reliable ways to obtain a perfect cooked fish.

You need the following ingredients, apart the kitchen foil:
- Filets of shark catfisch (about 120 g / person)
- 150 g Carrots / person
- 1 teaspoon mediterranean herbs / fish filet
- 1/2 small onion / package
- Extra vergin olive oil, salt and pepper

How to prepare:
1. Preheat the oven to 180 C
2. Mix 1 Tablespoon of olive oil with 1 teaspoon herbs and marinate the fish filet in these mixture until you have finished the preparation of the vegetables
3. Wash the carrots and cut them into about 5 cm long slices. Cut the onion into small cubes ore slices and mix it with the carrots
4. Cut a piece of the kitchen foil, long enough to create later on a sort of package that can contain the vegetables and the fishfilet (about 40 - 50 cm). Interfold the foil so that it is more stable (you have now a double layered kitchen foil sheet)

5. Put a good lug of olive oil on each foil sheet and put the onion-carrots on it. Season with some salt and pepper
6. Lay the marinated fish filet on the vegetable and season also with some salt and pepper
7. Drizzle the rest of your marinade over the fish and vegetables
8. Fold the foil to create a package as shown (do not make it to tight around the content but it should be kind of airtight)
9. Put the package on a oven tray and put it into the preheated oven for about 20 - 25 min. (depending on the size of you carrots)
And now it´s time to open our package: you can smell it ?


Katerina said...

I love your fish package. As you say it is simple and tasty.

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